In Greek mythology Amechania (or Amekhania) (Greek: Αμεκηανια or αμηχανία) was the spirit of helplessness. She was regarded as a close companion (and sister) of Penia and Ptocheia. She was virtually identical to Aporia. Amechania was mentioned by ancient Greek authors such as Alcaeus (Fragment 364) and Herodotus.
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